Dec. 8, 2020 - Rachael is a young single mother who was recently diagnosed with colorectal cancer. Luckily the cancer hasn’t spread. She has surgery scheduled for next week to remove the cancer, and it should be curative. Rachael will be out of commission for up to 6 weeks after surgery, leaving her 15 year old daughter to run the errands, get the groceries, etc.
Rachael is an independent woman who has made a difference in the worlds of everyone she has met. She is incredibly hard-working. Rachael is quite selfless, always thinking of her kids or family first. She is a very active person in every sense; she loves to run, play softball, bowl, and be social. In addition to taking care of her kids, she works a full time job and a part time job. She’s blessed to have insurance but we all know insurance doesn’t cover everything, and with her unable to work for up to 6 weeks things are going to be tough. Rachael would never ask anyone for anything; she would just power through it and make it work, as she always does. But, as we all know, cancer doesn’t discriminate. She didn’t ask to get cancer, and I know she would find a way to make things work, but she shouldn’t have to
We are asking for help however we can - monetary donations, gas cards for her daughter, things to do while at home, and most of all, prayers!
- Teri McNally
- Jennifer Jarecki
- Richard Ehmann
Organizer and beneficiary
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